Published in Hematology Week, June 28th, 2010
"Recent studies have shown that prophylactic therapy may prevent joint damage in children with severe hemophilia. However, adherence to these regimens is often suboptimal. Barriers to adherence include lack of understanding of the disease and the time-consuming nature of infusions. Nurses play a critical role in promoting adherence to prophylactic regimens, particularly for adolescent patients," wrote K. Khair and...
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